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TABLE  XXI
Compositions of Commercial Copper

Source.
	Cu
	Bi
	As
	Sb
	Pb
	Fe
	Ni + Co
	Ag
	0

Lake Superior (6 samples) .
	99-74-99-96
	o-o-o-i
	0-009-0-037
	0-0-0-088
	o— trace
	trace-o-oo8
	O-O— O-OI2
	0-027—0-112
	—

Mansfield (4 samples)    .
	99-19-99-51
	—
	0-025—0-061
	—
	0-006—0-206
	trace-o-o37
	0-279-0-467
	0-014—0-028
	—

Oker (i sample)
	99-325
	0-052
	0-130
	0-095
	0-061
	0-063
	0-076
	0-072
	O-II66

Chili (6 samples)
	97-66-99-91
	trace— 0-53
	0-009-0-094
	O-OO— O-IO2
	0-0—0-042
	trace-i -248
	O-OO5—O-4I3
	0-009-0-084
	—

Japan (8 samples)   .
	98-22-99-80
	0-0-0-003
	0-009-0-077
	trace— 0-088
	0-0-0-05
	0-006-0-038
	O-O2—O-O8
	0-014-0-113
	—

Electrolytic  coppers
	
	
	
	
	
	
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Australia (Cobar)
	99-947
	0-004
	0-008
	0-026
	—
	0-006
	O-OO9
	----
	—

Japan (Mitsu-Bishi)
	99-983
	trace
	—
	0-012
	—
	trace
	-----
	—
	—

America (Electro-Montana)
	99-835
	—
	—
	o-oio
	trace
	0-004
	O-OO7
	. — -
	— .

Do.       (Keller)      .     .     .
	99-989!
	—
	0-00022
	0-00065
	—
	—
	—
	0-00005
	o-oi

Do.      (Keller)     .     .     .
	99-gio1
	0-0017
	0-OI04O
	0-02730
	trace
	—
	-----
	0-00004
	0-05

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